A one-of-one pair of vintage Levi’s curated by longtime denim collector Brit Eaton. Brit travels to mines throughout the United States where workers wore Levi’s to recycle hard-to-find gems from decades past. Each pair he sources boasts completely unique historical details, holding decades of mystery just waiting to be revisited.
This jean was originally made in the early 1960s and features hidden rivets, which were discontinued in 1966, and the ultra rare and sought-after “Big E” red tab, which was discontinued in 1971 after a branding change by Levi’s. Additionally, this style is made from selvedge denim, which utilizes heritage techniques authentically woven on old looms that produce less waste.
Most vintage Levi’s were originally men’s styles and sizes, resulting in slightly narrower hips than traditional women’s jeans. Please double check each pair’s individual measurement to ensure you find the right fit.
- Made in 1960s
- Dark wash with slight destruction
- Mid Rise Straight Leg With Super Cropped Length
- Big E tab
- Redline selvedge
- Hidden rivets
- Button fly
- Fits like RE/DONE size 23
Waist 26", Inseam 24.5", Front Rise 10", Low Hip 35", Thigh 21", Leg Opening 16"